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are the first responder. you are that person's lifeline. >>> reporter: monique bradley's message comes from her heart. >> i want them to know that if someone collapses, it is your duty to save their lives. >> reporter: her lesson stems from tragedy. her 15-year-old son darius collapsed playing competitive basketball in 2009 and everyone froze. >> i froze. i know c pr, which i thought i did. but i hadn't practiced it or used it. but when it happens to someone you love, it goes out the window. >> reporter: monique says darius was one of 7,000 young people nationwide who die when their heart suddenly stops. many cardiac arrest cases like his come from undiagnosed conditions. >> ha, ha, ha, ha, staying alive... >> reporter: in her son's honor monique founded the darius jones foundation in 2010. the pittsburg-based nonprofit teaches east bay students hands- only cpr. >> it has become my life's mission, my purpose. >> reporter: pam dodson of contra costa county emergency medical services leads the cpr class with monique's help. today they are teaching 6 through 8th graders at saint catherine of siena
for projects such as this. mayor ed lee. (applause) >> thank you, monique. thank you for being such a great historian of all the space here. that's wonderful. well, welcome to $10 million of great public investment. [laughter] >> even, even the skies parted a little bit for us. but i'm glad to see port president david chiu here to join us, our rec and park commission, mark and phil ginsburg from rec and park, doreen, thank you very much, rodney from the planning commission, thank you, rodney for your leadership as well. to present and past commissioners of our port as well, you've all been part of this legacy of history building down here. and i also want to say thank you to vortex, the contractors who are here. they represent all the powell drivers who have been working really hard. and the great personal thank you to public works and he's the city engineer. he kept everybody together working with monique and the rec and park and everybody else to make sure that the workers, all 75 of them, working hard to get this done, along with our local contractors, matt hughey, thank you, mh for bein
and thank also the port staff. there are many of them here today, monique and her staff, and we have members in the development and real estate and i think again it takes tremendous amount of teamwork to make these things happen. and i think again, that is my message to thank everybody. thank you very much. (applause) >> i'd like to also point out former commissioner fx crowley who is here, thank you president for your kind remarks. now, the mayor mentioned this wouldn't have been possible without the generosity of the voters of san francisco in approving the first general obligation bond that had something in it for the port. and leading the charge on that was our very own general manager of rec and park phil ginsburg joined with the president of the rec and park commission mark beale. (applause) >> good afternoon, everybody. it's such a pleasure to join monique and our port commissioners and the mayor and port staff and the department of public works celebrating this incredible investment in the port, which is such a significant part of our treasured open space portfolio in san francisco.
also monique moyer director of the port. who she began -- became director of the port she noticed how much energy and funds were being focused on the northern waterfront and requested whether or not we could do more in the southern waterfront and i think these projects are an example of how we responded to that challenge, so monique moyer executive director. [applause] >> good morning and thank you. it is wonderful to see so many of our friends and supporters and hard workers here today. how many of you are here at heron's head for the first time? a show of hands. not many. that is terrific news. well welcome back. this is one of the greatest places in the city i am fond of saying. it's visionary. you heard about that from the mayor already and part of it is san francisco moving forward in a way that other cities just don't do. first and foremost other cities do not pass general obligation bonds of this type for a park and none for waterfront parks so we are already ahead of game that way, and we are proud of the generosity of the electoral for supporting that vision. secondly
are that person's lifeline. >>> reporter: monique bradley's message comes from her heart. >> i want them to know that if someone collapses, it is your duty to save their lives. >> reporter: her lesson stems from tragedy. her 15-year-old son darius collapsed playing competitive basketball in 2009 and everyone froze. >> i froze. i know c pr, which i thought i did. but i hadn't practiced it or used it. but when it happens to someone you love, it goes out the window. >> reporter: monique says darius was one of 7,000 young people nationwide who die when their heart suddenly stops. many cardiac arrest cases like his come from undiagnosed conditions. >> up, up, up, up,staying alive... >> reporter: in her son's honor monique founded the darius jones foundation in 2010. the pittsburg-based nonprofit teaches east bay students hands- only cpr. >> it has become my life's mission, my purpose. >> reporter: pam dodson of contra costa county emergency medical services leads the cpr class with monique's help. today they are teaching 6 through 8th graders at saint catherine of siena school in martinez where dariu
legislationing and sure some time for this and but i wanted to come to the mic first because in 2005 when monique invited me down to the port, we were struggling with the port's capital plan and capital needs we were engaged in a conferring with michael cohen who was then working at the office of economic and workforce development at financing tools that could help us revitalize the water front. and michael cohen mentioned that he was in conversation with david mad way about different option whether redevelopment would be an appropriate tool along the water front or if there was another option and david mad way who's here, is former general counsel of the san francisco redevelopment agency and now works at shepherdmony and point out an object cures area in the california code and so it was really david's idea that we have been plowing over the last eight years and i want to thank mr. mad way for that brilliant stroke >>> we are the ones who make sense -- david you know the poorliment tree rules better than anyone. come to the mic afterwards so it can be recorded. >> thank you joovment elane
. >> reporter: you are the first responder. it you are that person's lifeline. >> monique bradley's message comes from her heart. >> i want them to know that if someone collapses, it is your duty to save their life. >> for lessons than from tragedy. her 15-year-old son collapsed playing competitive basketball in 2009 and everyone froze. >> i froze. i know cpr. i hadn't practiced it or used it. but when it happens to someone you love, it goes out the window. >> monday excess areas was one of 7000 young people nationwide who died when their heart suddenly stop. many cardiac arrest cases like his come from undiagnosed conditions. >> in herself on her, she founded the dairies jones foundation in 2010. the pittsburgh-based nonprofit teaches students hands only cpr. >> has become a life mission, my purpose. >> pam dodson delete cpr i through need the through 83 through setting areas had graduated. >> she has inspired us to do more. >> money cannot profit also donates a automated external to forget later is to save kids lives. when a person has sudden cardiac arrest, it analyzes the heart rhythm a
. i'm monique griego. the problems it caused. >> we'll let you know if there's any problems on the road this morning. we're starting to see sensors slowing down. >> sega has a new game for you. nascar's dan kwa ika patrick tells us about her character on the game. it's coming up on coffee with. please stay tuned, we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> good morning. it's 6:29 on this tuesday, december 18th, 2012. i'm jessica kartalija. a live look at m&t bank stadium. nice and clear this morning. wjz has weather and traffic together. let's go to marty. >> let's take a look at how this day is going to square away. 48 on tv hill. that 48 is going to be about a degree warmer than this time yesterday. understand it was 53 an hour and a half ago. we lost a little bit of the over night fog. 58 at lunch. that's going to be your daytime high with sunshine. >>> now over the sharon gibala at wjz traffic control. >> good morning. so far not so bad on the roads. we've cleared up all of our accidents. we're looking at some very minor delays on 95. 95 between the beltway and the tunnel, yo
and monique start thinking about your favorite christmas songs. >> gale, it's brian and michelle. >> john and monique have left the studio. >> i'm sorry, brian and michelle. >> it gets confusing. >> sorry. >> we forget who we are, too. >> my bad. >> thank you, gayle. "cbs this morning" starts at 7:00. she tried. >> absolutely. it's -- >>> new this morning, "time" magazine's person of the year award goes to president obama. this is a look at the cover right here. among the eight finalists were yahoo's ceo marisa meyer and apple's tim cook. the president also beat out bill and hillary clinton for the magazine's top honor. >>> one bay area charity just got a huge gift from facebook founder mark zuckerberg. he donated half a billion dollars worth of stock to the silicon valley community foundation. the mountain view nonprofit focuses on health and education. in a statement, a spokesman said the gift will change lives and inspire others to give back. >>> one little florida girl may be getting coal in her christmas stocking and here's why. neighbors say the 8-year-old has been stealing holiday
staff to enter into -- monique and jennifer enter into exclusive negotiating agreement with the warriors. that happened this summer, and that document set forth a series of target dates and performance dates for different steps along the path that we're on right now, and one of those dates was when the term sheet would be approved by the port commission and the board of supervisors, and the way it was laid out in the exclusive negotiating agreement that you approved this summer was that term sheet approval would happen concurrent with the fiscal feasibility report, which is as i stated earlier typically the way that we do it. the amendment in front of you now would change the target date for the term sheet approval to february 15, 2013, and the actual performance date which is an outside date by which it has to happen to april 15, 2013 and that gives the additional time between those dates to negotiate the added detail in the term sheet that would go to participation component on the business side. how some of the community services are specifically funded and the other issues we ment
and the port too -- i don't want to speak entirely for the port and i ask monique and the port to chime in. when the city asks private developers to contribute to the cost of infrastructure we do that in order to protect our balance sheet, and not put our public finance tools into what are risky public /private partnerships in ones we can often find value to repay the developers from the value created. i'm not sure if i said clearly but if you look at hunter's point shipyard and treasure island and what we're looking at doing what happened down the port to a smaller degree and developers were asked to invest in the infrastructure and there is a rate for the capital in order to take into account the cost of borrowing those funds and the risk they're taking in improving our infrastructure, so this is really a common practice, and in the case of this particular deal when we're talking about repaying at a 13% interest what we're talking about is -- what we're talking about is repaying the warriors largely through the value that they created, either through the property tax increment they cre
the leadership of monique has a new swagger to it and if you think 6 million people -- browse what is happening with the water front is it's still going to be the same it's really changing the perplexity and the way that strainings is going to be viewed worldwide what is going to happen down here is will set the whole bay area for the next 30 years and i couldn't be more excited and i'm really looking forward to a ferry from treasure island and if it's possible to deal with the war i can't remember i can't remembers coming lieu and i think so many things are going to happen and i think more people are going to go use ferries and water taxi and is i think this is going to be great and this is visionary what is happening, you have got to dream big and the way that san francisco is going to look is going to set the staining for the younger general reaction and is i'm really excited with the energy and what is going going to happen so i just wanted to share that, thank you. (applause) . >> i just want to reiterate commissioner adams comments and thank everyone for coming out and for the presentat
-speaking society. ( class interacting cheerfully ) monique daigle works with quebec's ministry of iigration. on sut comprl'importance... translator: we have certainly come to understand the portance of integrating this immigrant population into our majority frcophone society, if we want to ensure the continuation of the french reality. i don't like the idea of having to send my childre to a french public school and not being able to send them to an english public school. narrator: dan and doina plopeanu don't feel obligated to help preserve french language and culture. though moneys tight, th will try to sd ctor to a private english kindergarten next year. doina: we will do an effort. i don't know how, but i'm determined to do this effort, because i think it's e beer thi for him to... to go in ansh school. ( misprouncing ): "turkey is traditionally the favote itemhim on the thanksgiving menu." teacher ( correcting ): good-- "the favorite item on the thanksgiving menu." narrator: in spite of the laws, the attraction of english remains, both for tanfoofuec'immigrants. narrator: ason cartwright explai
want to give a shout out to the port and i know monique is here and they're working hard with our team and continuing this ongoing dialogue and we will have more announcements to make. right now this is just the beginning of this project but it's a great beginning because usually when people talks about jobs and who gets to work on the project and i know supervisor avalos we have been through that and in the publicly funded projects they wait until the end to say whether they can do anything, but with people's help we are doing this at the front end of the warriors and their vision about why they came to san francisco at our invitation and what they're going to do with us in lifting up the economy, making sure people get those jobs and making sure that we do our part as well, so this 25% goal you will hear it because you ask anybody in any other part of the country whether new york, chicago, so forth you will find this to be one of the unique situations where private investors voluntarily want to do this with organized labor, with our partners in the community based organizations to s
and a lot of credit goes to bran son and many of my preed says cor and is monique moyer that has gotten us to this point and right now we are looking to the establish a policy with the board of supervisors that gives us a -- to support this before looking at any particular project. we have present proposed policy to the capital planning committee on november 19th and we will go back for action this month and we are looking to the bring the city policy to the board of interferes in early 2013 and so as brad said i'll go over the policy and then brad will go over three major projects that we are proposing the use of i f d for. and so the port commission is very well aware in 1969, we got our 54 piers nine react activated and we have an extraordinarily large deferred maintenance problem in the magnitude of $2.2 million and what the port earned as an enterprise is not enough to deal with the assets and the defined problems and so one of our major strategies that the port has initiated in the last decade is to find other source and is so we can be successful leveraging the important assets fo
. >> doing a great job, too, vicky >> adrian pawn, monique hawn, our port, i know karen hong is our county clerk, she's joining us as well and the host of women on our commissions and our directors of our various nonprofits, thank you for all joining us and being a part of us as well.that our other elect officials who are here today including our diega skoepb is here as well, other elected officials, i know we have an official from the justice department, thank you for being here and other elected officials join me in acknowledging. i know diego gascon has another reason for being here. brenda yee, chinese hospital, we just broke ground on chinese hospital, thank you for your leadership and all the health field. christine bronstein, band of wives, thank you for your wonderful leadership, wonderful acknowledgement today. delloyd, our corporate partner, a hundred years in san francisco, thank you for your wonderful leadership. esther solar, where would we be without you? thank you. futures without violence, thank you very much, esther. fabiola kronsky, thank you for your work on univision,
thanking monique moyer for what she and her folks have done to make this such a wonderful fleet week. (applause) >> our next welcomer, and this has really been exciting for me because i didn't think it would happen, but it came last year and he's become a great supporter and he happens to be the supervisor where most of the activities are taking place in the city. but he's also the president of the board of supervisors. i'd like you to welcome david chiu. (applause) >> glad to have you here. >> glad to be here. good morning. on behalf of the san francisco legislative body, our board of supervisors, i want to welcome you to our city of san francisco. and i first want to also echo what our fire chief just said as far as welcoming all of you who have been serving our country and the world in uniform. i want to thank those of you who helped to run our first responder departments around the bay area. i want to thank those of you who are our volunteers, our note programs here. and of course want to thank and welcome our san francisco secretary of state and the woman who manages and orders
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